Choose Osteopathy!

 

Have you been thinking about pursuing a career in healthcare? 

Are you interested in people and how the body works? 

Are you passionate about improving people’s overall health and wellness? 

Do you want a rewarding career where you can earn an average salary of £45,000 a year? 

 

If so, then a career in osteopathy could be for you! 

 

Who are osteopaths and what do they do? 

 

As an osteopath, you will be a highly trained registered and regulated healthcare professional with a passion to help people of all ages and from all walks of life. From working with babies and young children, to keeping older people active and more mobile, you will be expertly trained to provide osteopathic care and treatment through manual therapy, health advice and exercise to truly transform people’s lives.

 

Your training will provide you with…

– A degree – studying either part or full-time 

– Hands-on practical skills and techniques

– The opportunity to work with real patients whilst studying

– Great professional networks and lifelong colleagues

 

 

Following your comprehensive training, you will know all there is to know about the anatomy of the body including how muscles, joints and bones work, as well as physiology and what keeps a body healthy. Fully equipped with your expert skillset, you will be able to assess, diagnose and help not only the site of painbut take a whole person approach to health.

 

Whether your dream is to have your very own private practice or work in the NHS, as an osteopath you can guarantee that you will have a career that is varied, flexible and rewarding!

 

Choose Osteopathy – a career, a life-long passion!

 

Don’t just take our word for it…

Step into the shoes of these talented osteopaths to find out more about why they chose to study osteopathy, the types of clients they work with day-to-day and their top tips and advice for aspiring osteopaths. 

 

 

Does osteopathy sound like the career path for you?

Register your interest today for the opportunity to discuss your options with the leading osteopathic educational institutions.

 



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